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of new mexico gary johnson who joins us now. i talked to you last night during the debate. a lot of people know you for your public service but don't realize you started a successful construction company. started from scratch and sold at a nice profit in the 90s. you look at today's current figures of the construction business and is really depressing. it has been hot hard by housing and in 2006 the sort of hollowing out the construction business we have seen particularly contractors had 20,000 contractors in the united states. that was at the height of the housing business. it is down to 86,000. how do we get that market? the one you made your money in? cooking again? >> we need to balance the federal budget now. what we are doing is unsustainable. i am talking about debt and spending. i am the only presidential candidate who proposed -- promising to submit a balanced budget in 2013 which would be at $1.4 trillion reduction in federal spending. dave: to get you down to micro to something you are familiar with. your own business. specifically housing and construction. make the li
? >> colombia and peru. peru is also a very good place. and of course mexico and chile. you know, these are poor countries that have free trade agreements with the united states. david: yes. >> that is very good for them. in addition their central banks are implementing inflation targeting policies which have brought down inflation to, you know, three, 4% at most. and of course you have brazil. i think brazil has still some excessively protectionistic approach but i think, a good strategy for the united states would be to offer countries like brazil, like uruguay, and peru, the possibility of engaging in free trade negotiations. that would be very good for those countries but also for the united states. there are plenty of opportunities there. david: domingo, we have to invite you back specifically to talk about mexico. we haven't forgotten mexico. we have news coming on the citi front. there is analyst call coming in. the former finance minister from argentina. thanks very much for coming in. >> appreciate it. liz: david, the headlines are flashing "fast and furious"ly. in essence the ceo holdi
you're talking about the gulf of mexico, you're talking about colorado, it's harder. this is an intentional slowdown. the gulf of mexico, which has been one of the most prolific sources of oil and natural gas is still at a lower level of activity than it was prior to the bp spill. now that was regretable, but safeguards are in place right now. so that's not going to happen again. this administration has been trying to get rid of coal-fired generation. they don't like oil and gas generation. and they just assume we would be riding around on horses and buggies. melissa: or wind powered cars. >> that's right. melissa: liz, let me ask you. another thing this debate about federal land versus private land. we went back and did the fact-checking. turns out once again from the department of energy, 96% of the increase since 2007, in production, took place on nonfederal lands. look at that. you can see there. >> private land. >> absolutely. melissa --. melissa: hang on, let liz get in there. go ahead, liz. >> what we're talking about essentially the difference between drillin
is what the states are doing. indiana, and wisconsin and new mexico. look federal government. we don't want to knock out the people in the poverty. we want them to get federal subsidies and put them in medicaid. that is what is going on. >> and victoria is nodding her head yes. >> i agree that is what is happening here. we are pushing a larger portion of people in the federal system. those exchanges may sound nice, but we are just expanding a broke yen bankrupt system. >> last word from vick tia. >> it is thank you, gang. >> there is an enfluence and great show. >> that's right jessica alba. neal cavuto's coverage was great and you can see him do it on thursday. he will be live in the presidential debate starting on fox news and starting at 8:00 p.m. on fox business. he will be back for the if i'm two presidential debates. >> hiking up the retirement age to save your retirement fun. one said do it and the other said forget it. is that the best way to get your social security check when you do retire. we do the math and you decide. forbes on fox. see you at 1:00. >> next saturday. a m
. they have actually flown in crews from mexico -- mexico, canada and as far west as washington state. thousands of men and women ready to go to work once the storm has passed and restore power. back to you. liz: i lost power this morning, adam, at about 6:45 a.m. in edgewater, new jersey. i said the sky is practically clear right now. then they restored it. i have no idea what's happening right now. you know, you get the generator. by the way for everybody who wanted a generator and couldn't get one, tonight at 4:00 p.m. eastern time we have both representatives for hurricane preparedness from lowe's and home depot. with he find out what their stock -- we will find out what their stock of things like generators are and how the businesses is -- they are keeping many of their stores open. that's at 4:00 p.m. we will also talk to executive vice president of operation, sort of umbrella group, that oversees a lot of the energy companies. we will be talking to him about the very latest numbers and in the meantime, adam will keep us updated on all the power outages, but it does affect busin
the president has, you know, strangled alaska production, shut down the gulf of mexico and killed the keys to a mix of pipeline tears. melissa: i wondered if it is to his advantage to say that drilling is up. it seems like his natural base don't like that. they are environmentalists. they don't want to hear there is more drilling. and republicans like that, but there will vote for him anyway. >> i think when you talk about energy policy -- policy but thet and mitt romney have understood the need for the american people to have access to affordable, reliable energy and it's certainly very important for them to go after the independent voters and the undecided voters by talking about increasing domestic production and by talking about ways to bring that gas prices. unfortunately we have seen record high gas prices. we have record high gas prices here. and, you know, the fact that we are actually drilling a little bit more on private land is wonderful. we need to be producing more. domestic energy is so much less expensive than the oil that we import from the middle east. free can bring those
weapons and a series of murders that took place in mexico, particularly near warren spirits of the weapons were used by drug cartel members to slaughter 14 teenagers at a birthday party. others used in the massacre of 18 men at a rehab center in juarez. more than 2,000 were allowed across the border by the justice department and alcohol and tobacco and firearms in operation fast injurious. just 1202 of those weapons have been recovered. young illegal immigrants are now allowed driver's licensss in california. under a bill that governor jerry brown signed into law just last night. the measure makes an estimated 400,000 illegal immigrants eligible to drive legally in california if they qualify for the obama administration federal work permit program imposed by executive order. no other state has enacted a similar law. new revelations tonight. members of the obama administration had met with mexican government officials roughly 30 times. the purpose of those meetings, to promote food stamp youth -- use among mexican immigrants. the meeting was disclosed by agriculture secretary tom bell said
to that energy. on the u.s. chamber of commerce list, the united states ranks 7th behind mexico, the u.k., norway, new zealand, denmark, australia, and ahead of canada, germany and many others including china and russia. while the u.s. has plenty of challenges on energy use and supply, the energy information administration says there's a significant reason for optimism. natural gas. >> as energy use is reduced on a per capita basis, vulnerability to shocks, i think, is reduced. this growth in shale gas and tight oil has made an unbelievable difference to energy security in the u.s. and this looks like a pattern that is set to continue. rich: the report says u.s. technology to secure and use natural gas coupled with energy efficiency could lead u.s. oil imports to drop significantly in the next decade. as for the candidates, romney says he wants to reverse obama administration policies on coal regulations, other energy regulations and increase drilling permits. president obama has pushed green energy and fuel standards saying one of the best ways to reduce oil imports is to use less of it. back to
and access to energy. mexico tops follow british come under way do zealand austria and norway then the united states. ben candidate germany and others including russia and china. although had it in the right direction because of natural gas and availability. >> the combination have pushed us up at number seven. if continued to be developed with more access ooshore and offshore our trajectory compared to our peers, is going up. >> governor romney says he wants to reverse cold regulation and increase permits and obama has pushed grieve energy and fuel standards. melissa: readjust talking about that. lori: he has strong feelings and so you. [laughter] there is a lot of resources progress of the company's reported earnings beating estimates. 79 report this week. melissa: versed look at the winners and losers. texas instruments having a good day. announcer: the smallest moments can have the biggest impact on a child's life. take time to be a dad today. learn more at melissa: a critical week of earnings as 79 companies will report quarterly results. sandra smith has what you should
decoupled from the pipeline infrastructure. there is a robust trade pipeline from the gulf of mexico like it always is. we could see even more vessels to barge product away from the gulf of mexico, and similar to what we saw at katrina, a very viable cross atlantic trade between refineries in northwest europe and northwest harbor. the price action could potentially be violent i can see lasting too long because there are avenues to get around any kind of prolonged construction in the east. melissa: california has its own special touch of gasoline that could be getting gasoline from other places and did not necessarily impact his neighbors. for this would have more of a domino effect than other communities nearby because it would be borrowing gasoline from them, right? >> that in and of itself will help again quell any kind of significant prolonged rally. certainly it is a wait and see. the market really isn't in impressive fashion, and market seems to be taking kind of a wait and see. we are strong today but given what we potentially are facing we have very interesting action in the market
hands but all these special deals nothing was ever proven but there are a lot of rumors in mexico that there was a special deal made to give him what he got. crony capitalism is the way people do business in mexico. stuart: what about this $10 per phone? dave: the question is whether someone accustomed to doing business in the banana republic way will find it easy to do business in this way. i would suggest we are moving closer to crony capitalism over the past three or four years in the united states and he brings -- sandra: not just $10 on the phone but they give those phones -- [talking over each other] stuart: all right. open california going to bat for people who smoke pot. this city is suing the federal government trying to keep a marijuana dispenser reopened. oakland said the fed overstepped their authority. what does judge andrew napolitano say about that? find out next. you see us, at the start of the day. on the company phone list that's a few names longer. you see us bank on busier highways. on once empty fields. everyday you see all the ways all of us at us bank are he
. not only 20,000 shovel ready jobs. it is 700,000 barrels a day to our refiners in the gulf of mexico to begin with. that's the equivalent of nearly half of what we currently import from the persian gulf, but in terms of the jobs, the trade impact is a really big impact for the united states. for every dollar we spend on canadian goods, they spend about 89 cents in the united states. opec spends 33 cents, and that difference between the 89 and 33 cents, that's about 90,000 u.s. jobs. so it is really fantastic. all it would require is the president's signature. it's gone through all the reviews. it's four years of review, which is more than twice the normal time period. and it's done the environmental reviews. it only requires a judgment of whether this is in the national interest or not. that's the only final thing. connell: the key point, the president's signature, you brought that up. might seem like a strange question, do you think it matters post january 20th who is that president is, it was the environmental lobby i think that prevented president obama to approve this to begin wi
oklahoma and new mexico and arizona into the circumference of it, the total circumference but the problem is insurance policies tend not to cover flooding. you have to buy a separate insurance policy to cover flooding. that is the thing homeowners and businesses need to owe. melissa: i thought it was separate issue flooding from a hurricane or just looding? >> that is important point, melissa. the flooding in many policies has to be induced by wind. they did attach riders to the policies. flooding from wind, pushing flooding and water inland into your home. that's right. that it is covered. you have to buy that separate policy flooding from trees hitting rooftops. that can be covered as well. fema is telling fox business, we've been in touch with the insurance industry the government will sell you a cheap policy for say 600 bucks. that will cover 250,000 in damages. but, you know deductibles are really high for flooding that issue too. maybe a thousand bucks out-of-pocket. ashley: ouch. thank you. >> things to keep in mind as we move forward into this evening. ashley: liz macdonald, than
trafficking core door 5 miles northeast of the border with mexico. the agents on routine patrol of horseback coming under fire, third agent was not hurt. the last agent fatally shot on duty was murdered back in 2010 with a gun link to operation fast and furious. just last month it was renamed in his honor. public-sector unions lining their pockets with taxpayer money the private sector struggles. taxpayers even picking up the tab for the time government employees spend working on union related manners resulting in $1 billion every year. joining me now, author of "the new york times" bestseller "shadow bosses." i guess the title says it all. what we're talking about is what they call officially time, this is time spent by government workers, government union workers working on union issues and not actually doing their worjob. >> 70% of the time they spend on general labor management issues it is not handling grievances or negotiating a contract. a lot of it has to do with politics, nobody is watching these guys. three-quarter of the time they spend on general labor issues. we found homeland s
in custody. three others remain at large, suspected of being in mexico. chicago, the murder capital of this country has officially surpass last year's murder rate, and there are still two months remaining. so far four under and 36 people the been killed in chicago, that compares to 435 homicides recorded in all of last year. the chicago sun-times keeping a running tally on the shootings in homicides, and, as you can see, there are very few areas that had been speared the violence. a new poll shows 46 percent of california voters, 46 percent have considered leaving the state altogether. among the top three reasons given, 33 percent said california's high cost of living. 20 percent blamed the business climate. 14 percent said taxes. something to consider as californians get ready to vote on of $50 billion tax hike next week. the coast guard continues to search the atlantic ocean for the captain of the hms bounty, a replica of the 18th-century tall ship that sank during hurricane sandy of the north carolina coast yesterday. the coast guard able to rescue 14 of the 16 people aboard, rem
for a while white house not care, when about an energy platform to create the united states, canada, mexico, brazil, colombia, and it could displace the middle east as largest source of energy on the planet for years. neil: you say that mitt romney has to come up with bigger ideas, not just a critique? his vision. >> i think tonight is an opportunity to say it in front of a broad audience, he has been talking about trade in latin america since early days of campaign, tonight i think that issue will get a lot of coverage, a great opportunity for mitt romney to talk about what he has been talking about from the beginning, big idea about foreign policy and in. neil: let's talk about your state, florida, polls show, governor has a slight lead, depending on the reading, but he is scoring surprisingly well with latinos that is divergent from polls in other states where his ticket is surging but still 65, 35, what do you make of that? >> florida has many hispanic voters who may be registered to one party or the other but vote for the best candidate and have been hurt by this economy and the downtu
. on this list the united states ranks 7th worldwide, just to give you some context. we're behind mexico, britain, norway and others this is from a u.s.amber of commerce reportranking countries on the energy they use comped to how much is at their disposal. it facto in how much energy costs. how much a country imports. the diversity of fuel in the economy, efficiency and price volatility. it also examines transportationefficiency d infrastructure like reneries. even though the report says the ited states is about as energy secure as we were in 1980, there is reason for optimism. natural gas. melissa: yeah. absolutely. also, i wondering so you're using the word secure in the context of how se-sufficient are we, not how secure is it in the iranian sense like someone will blow it up? it i sort of how self-sufficient are we, is that right. >> right. that also plays into it as well, melissa. how much youepend on foreign countries and depend onthe other factors depends on your own energy security. do you have access to energy if something goes wrong wordwide. something in this report mentions really do
with the gulf of mexico. we have to have better regulations. >> okay. >> melissa, bottom line best thing would do charge up the car from solar panels to do that. melissa: there isn't enough sun in the world to go out and drive to be a productive economy. they said there is only limited benefit to achieve from electricity to natural gas. to that point they also said in the past they failed to account for the impact of making the components. that it takes, another way that you get to this doubling of the damage on the environment is because it uses so much more energy and there is so much more emissions to make all the components that go into an electric vehic, versus gas burning vehicle. what do you say to that? >> yeah, there is no question there are some dirty toxic elements and come points that go into making the electric drive trains and particularly the batteries. but the fact is, is that when you're filling up your gas tank, especially at over $4 a gallon every week, you are constantly using a dirty fuel to run your automobile the whereas, with an electric vehicle you might have that up f
-brainer to bring very cheap oil from north dakota and canada down into the gulf of mexico for the market really give as big fat target for the romney campaign to seize upon right now. sandra: we just spoke to, i guess about the middle east conflict. obviously that's been what is supporting oil prices. do you believe that conflicts in the middle east will continue to support those oil prices around $90 a barrel? >> well they certainly create the template for these quick price shocks in oil. so indeed if syria, which is, a surrogate of iran, if that does indeed foster further trouble in lebanon, lebanon is israel's neighbor, it is not hard to imagine what could transpire there. that could certainly create a price shock for oil but can it last? we have to keep in mind the oil markets or the oil bulls are junkies. they need that headline. oil prices two weeks ago were surging higher because of the conflict between turkey and syria but we really haven't gotten any sort of new headlines in that manner. so now prices are coming down. so the bulls need their fix right now. so what this is telling you i
internationally. mexico tops that list. the u.s. is ahead of china and russia. though energy officials say technological advances in recovering natural gas mean a much more secure energy future for the united states. as for the campaign, president obama first term featured unprecedented federal support for green energy and higher efficiency standards. the president says that's one of the best ways to reduce oil imports. it is just to simply use less oil. governor romney says that strategy has fallen short as renewables are largely too expensive to be competitive. he say he is would roll back regulations to encourage more domestic coal and oil. the chamber says there are a host of factors determining u.s. energy security over the next decade and the u.s. has potential to significantly reduce oil imports over that time by encouraging american sources and energy efficiency. liz? liz: but the big number today is that we are at the highest level of oil exploration since 94. that's the "wall street journal"'s front page article. rich: right, liz, and to get to that point, it is going to take a f
to mexico, south america, or the caribbean islands. so you guys going to sign up for this? very funny. say who you vote for. if the other guy wins then they let you get out of the country. >> the motto is live free or fly. take off on new hampshire. >> i think it is awesome. i pick turks and caicos. >> you always hearing people will do this. remember in 2000 george bush was elected, barbra streisand and susan sarandon, couple others said they would move out. they never did. melissa: no. >> i think round-trip tickets or one way? >> i think one way. melissa: we're talking about jetblue. that is what they wanted. congratulations, jetblue. this one is hilarious. arnold schwarzenegger former governor of california revealed debate strategy in the 2003 recall. he was up against arianna huff fimg ton. >> when we got into the details i rather use comedy and humor. that is why arianna huffington played into all my stuff. she is perfect. she is whining. arnold you always do this, and you're table. you're making so much money. melissa: that is pretty good impression. who knew, sort of like double acce
promised his stimulus would have created by. [speaking in native tongue] there in china, mexico, canada, countries that have made the sales more attractive for entrepreneurs and business and investment. even as president obama's policies have made it less attractive for them here. thing. gerri: and we have one more jobs report to come. what do you expect? is it going to help romney or the president? >> i don't think it's going to make much difference at all. if you look at the picture that the economy has been traveling through for the past three years now, basically we're in a situaaion where we have continued slow growth. we have growth at about 2 percent per year since the turnaround in june of 2009. i normal recovery should have doubled that, and unless we get to double that kind of grow are not going to have significant job growth. one of the things that -- go ahead. i'm sorry. gerri: i was going to make the point that obama makes that it was bush's fault and we have some sound on that. here's the president. >> what he did with what he inherited made the problem worse. [applause] i
and women who are mobilized or being flown in from mexico and canada and the west coast to help restore power. but it is still going to take in best case scenarios, a week, that's the best case scenario. some people could be out of electricity much further, much longer than that. liz: yeah, it is very trying to be without electricity. we've all been this, especially -- we've all been there, especially for those of us who live on the east coast. thank you adam. update us if you get any new numbers. stocks, no equity trading until tomorrow. everything from crude to cocoa to coffee was trading today in chicago. sandra smith live at the cme there. sandra, the traders, what jumped out at them and you cannot ignore the fact that of all things gasoline closed down? sandra: well there's sort of an ear eerie -- there's sort of an eerie calm on the floor right now. i want to bring in a guest now. the energy markets the energy department said as a result of this storm, as a result of sandy, we are seeing gasoline supplies at their lowest since 1990, but yet gas dropped today. >> that's because a
, and the there is still trouble getting permits in the gulf of mexico, keystone pipeline. melissa: you are at the heart of the i will industry. you know all the players down there. i was down tre with you just last week. do you think it makes sense, in spite of the facts that came out of this report that seem to say the opposite, you still think it makes sense for oil companies to support the republicans. you still think that is a good choice? >> it is built in. it just the way it is here. look what hoffmeister said. he is reflecting a very strong tendency. oil companies have backed republicans. i think this election is more so. they want this administration out. they want republicans in. all things told republican way of doing business is much more in their liking than the way the democrats want to do it. i think you will see more, not less republicans being backed by oil and gas industry. melissa: all right. art, tha you very much for coming on. >> my pleasure, melissa. good to see you again. >> on wednesday be sure to catch fox business's special report on the first presidential debate. neil cavuto
they forecast takes 208 votes down 5 from their original forecast short of 270 votes needed. new mexico move to romney's win list along with north carolina, virginia, iowa, new hampshire, wisconsin, minnesota, the list goes on, pennsylvania, ohio and florida. look at that. obama is predicted to win michigan and nevada. impressive. the analysis flies in the face of many opinion research polls which shows a obama with a slight edge in many swing states like ohio. the buckeye state is critical because no republican has ever won the presidency without carrying that state. the bakers' analysis gives romney the edge due to his emphasis on the jobless rate and income. in september the jobless rate fell below 8% for the first time in forty-four months. incomes have cratered since the recession began in december of 2007 down 7.2% and 4.8% below when the recession ended in june of 2009 according to cynthia research. the professor's most recent update doesn't include impact of the september job numbers report which showed improvement. their research says looking in their rearview mirror when it comes t
are coming as far as away as canada, even mexico. >> that's right. liz: what kind of difference will that make getting power up and restored? can that help? >> it will make a tremendous difference because many companies, as an example our local utility here, potomac electric power company, has requested 3700 people from other parts of our nation to assist their restoration efforts. they're anticipating it. we're getting personnel from as far west as washington state which i think is good. many of the crews are getting on airplanes and are manying here to assist the restoration efforts. they are linemen. they understand the business extremely well. we'll wait until after the storm has passed over. we'll assess the damage. while we're assessing the damage many of the crews will be put to work. they will augment of workforce of existing utility infrastructures. david: david, there are a lot of old power plants in new york as well. some even dating back to the late 1940s. are those, are any of them to be taken off-line in order to make sure they don't blow out? >> no. i don't believ
of the gulf of mexico output. oil prices are high. david: the prices are going in exactly the wrong direction3 given supply and demand scenario. so what is happening here? this is all speculation? >> speculation has become part of the pricing. the government has done nothing to stop it, and we are seeing a bubble. the question is not if, it is when and by how much. it's not like in 2008, but nevertheless, it is a bubble. sandra: everybody watch me on this network knows my stance on your mention of speculators and driving of the oil prices. one is not to believe that, they've never prove that, however if you look at the fundamental situation, speculators are betting on higher prices in the future, they're looking at the geopolitical situation and the risk in the middle east right now. they are praising that in, which is why it is a valuable speculation in the market. >> there are no dogs around. people can believe whatever they want to believe. if they come to resolution, to , hopefully a peaceful one, oil prices will sink. sandra: that is why they are high today. it is unbelievable to tell vie
and new mexico because they and obama oil pad and killing birds and fish and wildlife service brought 200 cases against the industry at that time. today efficient wildlife service estimates wind industry is the 440,000 birds the year and there has not been a single prosecution of the industry under migratory bird treaty act or equal protection act. [talking over each other] >> a pernicious double standard and it is outrageous. charles: this order the president did last week. won allow the chinese company four wind farms. i thought was absolutely amazing. we are the going to war with china over solar and wind when there are so many larger issues. do you talk about this? [talking over each other] >> first time a president stop the deal like this along time. >> jeter we have a free market we don't. we have subsidies. mandate. 29 states covering two hundred million people subject to mandates where they are forced to buy your noble energy. >> the wins sector believes in free markets for everyone else but themselves. [talking over each other] >> the wind industry lost 10,000 jobs. is that accur
of immigrants. we welcome people coming to this country as immigrants. my dad was born in mexico of american parents, ann's dad was born in wales and is a first generation american. i want our legal system to work better. i want it to be streamlined, i want it to be clearer. i don't think you have to -- shouldn't have to hire a lawyer to figure out how to get into this country legally. i also think we should give visas to people, green cards, rather, to people who graduate with skills we need, people around the world with accredited degrees in science and math, get a green card stapled to their diploma, come to the u.s. of a. number two, we're going to have to stop illegal immigration. there are four million people who are waiting in line to get here legally. those who have come here illegally take their place, so i will not grant amnesty. i'll put in place an employment verification system and make sure that employers that hire people who have come here illegally are sanctioned for doing so. i won't put in place magnets for people coming here illegally, so, for instance, i would not give dr
conglomerate doing business in the states in other parts of mexico and latin america, what we believe is this will set a bad precedence. dennis: at trial the judge would not let a goldman sachs advisor testify, why? >> basically it was sitting dormant for six years and they would not allow them to modify the schedule for the goldman sachs banker to testify. it is a case of evaluation. dennis: you should've had your evaluation expert come in and testify. we hope you well, we appreciate you being here. lawyers $35,000 per hour, i think i may switch careers. we appreciate it. >> thank you so much. cheryl: coming up next, melissa francis and lori rothman has more on the jobs number raising a lot of questions about what qualifies as working? we'll talk to liz claman live in washington coming up. stay with us. ñ
the north american countries, canada, the u.s. and mexico start dictating the terms where oil is. we have natural gas and let's get it. >> please, i should have asked you from the get-go. that's good stuff. and dan, come on again, sometimes and give us some more. >> okay, dan, thank you very much. joining the company now is joe quinlan with u.s. trust. we go to joe because i want the opinion of wall street. he is to me mr. wall street. do you object? >> no, i don't. stuart: okay, good. i want to know what wall street wants. you guys collectively, do you want to go over the fiscal cliff, in other words, sharply higher taxes, much less spending. do you want tax reform from romney, lower tax rates and end of some loopholes. do you want ben to keep printing money ad nauseam. what do you want? >> we don't mind ben printing money, but we want tax reform, a road map to see how the country is going to deal with fiscal. spending, tax increasings, what are we doing and why. do you just want a decision so we've got certainly, even if it was raising taxes so long as you were dead certain, what you're
and furious". that is also part of foreign policy. but we're not hearing about the fact that mexico's oil is declining in both production and distribution. that canada is being pushed toward china. then you deal with the extent problem which is an administration for all the world looks like right now it has lied not once but, a cereal set of lies that have been pushed forward by the administration over a six-week period. it is not a happy moment for this president to be having a debate on foreign policy. lori: add to that the fact we heard quite a bit from the governor already on his foreign policy, how he is planning to deal with china. his plans for opening up trade and so on, so forth and actually quite convincing. at least that is what -- >> i mentioned the expression dog whistle here. here is another problem. he has chavez and putin and castro endorsing obama, does. this is a loud dog whistle for the world he has, as he says to medvedev, the president of russia, the prime minister of russia now, he will have more flexibility after four years. there are higher values at work here in t
. with the big decrease in federal lands and a big decrease in the gulf of mexico, if we stay the course with the current incumbent and re-elect him, with the overhang of the environmental protection agency threatening to take over hydraulic fracturing, americans in the second term of the obama administration will be standing in gas lines with the highest prices once again in the history of america. this year we have the highest gas price ever in our history and those prices will only go higher because of this president's reluctance to develop domestic natural resources. that will continue and we will be standing in gas lines in plenty of time to commiserate, why did we realize this person. melissa: the president's argument about the fact that if you are holding a lease and not drilling we will take away from you. that is why we are seeing permits go down. people had them and where not using them. true or false? >> i have testified under oath in congress multiple times the answer to that specific accusation from democratic senators and democratic representatives. the fact of the matter i
of growth, where you have arizona, california, parts of new mexico, nevada that are getting hit fairly hard right now. >> again, localized places even in those states, there are markets in california that are absolutely booming right now. cheryl: i do this every month to you, and i will still do it to you, these home building companies, these stocks have been on a tear. you have back office conversations with these guys. what do they tell you about the company's overall performance, how wall street is kind of pnterpreting how they are doing? they are kind of mixed today. >> i don't think it's wall street that's interpreting. i think that the fact is that the american people are coming back into the housing markets, and it doesn't take, you know, a rocket scientist to recognize that and realize that housing is a good investment. cheryl: we hope so. it was anyway five years ago until the crash of the market. jerry howard, thank you very much. always good to have you on the day of this report. >> thank you. cheryl: dennis over to you. dennis: 15 past the hour, stocks now every 15 minutes. nico
and women additional force flown in from mexico, canada, and washington state poise today dispatch the crews. charles: it's a herculean effort or a herculean task. a lot of people without power, thanks, adam. >> you've got it. charles: joining us a spokeman for con-ed, the utility company in new york city, alfonso, can you fill us in on how things are looking. >> sure thing. the updated number for people in new york city and westchester county and that number is actually 729,000 customers out throughout new york city and westchester county and we're looking at about, in manhattan, where the bulk of them are at at this point, 240,000 customers out. charles: alfonso, how does con edison assess where to go initially, to to help initially, is there a system for figuring out priorities? because i'm sure you're inundated with calls and everybody calling things that their emergency is the top one on the list. >> well, the first thing that we have to do now is now that the storm is settling down, is to send out damage assessors, what they do, try to find out where the damage is, how bad it is and ho
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